Virna Rossi

Inclusive learning design
Ravensbourne University, UK

Virna is a passionate teacher, with over 20 years teaching experience in all educational settings: Primary, Secondary, College (FE), Adult Education, Higher Education. Her primary specialism is Languages: English, Italian and French. However, after completing the Master of Teaching (MTeach) in 2007 at the Institute of Education (IoE), now part of University College London (UCL), UK, Virna realised that teacher education was her ‘call’ and she became an educational developer. Since 2016 Virna has been the Course Leader of the Post Graduate Certificate in Creative Courses at Ravensbourne University, London, UK.

Virna is interested in all things education. Particularly, her interests are in inclusivity: inclusive learning design, inclusive assessment as learning, and feedback for learning. She is currently co-creating a book on inclusive learning design with over 70 contributors from all the continents. Virna’s motto is ‘learn to thrive’. Learn more about Virna’s work at https://inclusivelearningdesign.com/ and connect with her on Twitter @VirnaRossi.

Develop your teaching with Virna Rossi
The Art of Giving Feedback
The Art of Giving Feedback
by Virna Rossi
This infographic presents principles and good practices of giving feedback to students that can be embedded in online learning.
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Online Facilitation Refresher
Online Facilitation Refresher
by Flower Darby, Leigh Graves Wolf, Michelle Pacansky-Brock, Virna Rossi, Maha Bali, Autumm Caines, Mia Zamora
Getting back into the swing of online facilitation? This learning path takes you through the top tips, tools and advice offered by OneHE experts over the last year.
Learning path
Wondrous Week 1 calendar image
Wondrous Week One
by Virna Rossi
This infographic outlines some simple tips to help you engage your students from day one of the course.
Infographic
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Fast Switch to E-Learning
by Virna Rossi
This infographic presents some simple and practical ideas to help you make a fast switch to e-learning with your students.
Infographic